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Current Executive

President:                       Ms Bernadette Wurlod

Deputy President:         Mr Paul Hueston

Secretary:                       Ms April MacNeill     Email

Treasurer:                       Mrs Cathy Brown

Past President:              Rev Judith Peterkin

Registrar:                       Rev Peter Brown

Chair of Professional Standards Committee:     Ms Allison Whitby

Constitution/Manual, SCA Liaison:       Eric Cave

Common Standards:    John McAlpine

Current President
Ms Bernadette Wurlod

Manuals, Directory & Standards

The following materials have a variety of purposes and uses. Some of those are historical, and reflect the unfolding story of ANZACPE. Others of them are resource materials for supervisors and review committees as they address accreditation processes for supervisors.

Feel free to browse these as you wish!

Common Standards for Foundational and Advanced CPE.

Common Standards for Level I Supervisory.

ANZACPE Centres & Supervisors’ Directory, 2018-2019

Standards for Level II Supervisors.

This document outlines the requirements for a supervisor seeking accreditation at the second level of CPE supervision – the level of a Clinical Pastoral Educator. While Level I and Level III accreditations are overseen by each regional association, ANZACPE has responsibility for Level II review and accreditation. This is the point at which the greatest national standardisation of the Standards has occurred; and it is hoped that similar national processes will gradually occur across the other levels as well

Guidelines for Chair and Presenters of Review Committees.

This document is a supplement to the Level II Standards mentioned above. It has a specialist use for those responsible for each review committee at that level.

Review Committees

Review committees are an important part of the life of ANZACPE and its various Associations. They enable the Associations to maintain the highest standards and practice of CPE at all levels.

These committees therefore demand of those who present to them a high level of commitment in a variety of ways, and that rigor can best be seen, for example, in the report on the Review Committees to the 2016 Conference.

In preparing for a review committee, candidates need to access  the following materials:

The request form for accreditation review (and NB: this form is to be submitted by April 1st in the year in which the candidate wishes to present for review). This form is available in three formats (choose that which best suits individual need, and download or ‘Save As’ to your computer):

Word document

PDF format

Electronic format

The Standards and Guidelines for Accreditation at Level II